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~ ' -- · " TWELVE MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 24 ·§ 1937 RTS CUBS OUGHT TO BE TOUGH CLUB Warheke Loss May Be"'Hard Blow to Chicago, But Infield Is Better. .." NOTE: 1hl« is another In a scries dealing; wllh, major leaEUt biHball. By ROBERT MYERS AVALON, CaVtfF)--The Chicago Cubs, despite one gaping hole in their pitching department, should wind up in the thick of the fight for the National league pennant. Manager Charlie Grimm .will guide practially the same club that.wound up in a second place tie with St. Louis last year, five games back of the New York Giants. " · ' '· Missing from the squad, however, will be Lon Warneke, veteran righthander who won 16 and lost 13 games in 1936. Warneke was sold to St Louis in a deal that brought LeRoy Parmelee and Ripper Collins, first baseman, to Chicago. Trade Blow to Cubs? Manager Grimm believes Parmelee, who pitched 11 wins and 11 losses for St. Louis last year, will perform better with;the Cubs. Anc with Grimm on the retired list and Phil Cavarretta destined for duty in the outfield and utility infield work, Ripper Collins will be. a valuable contribution to first base Yet rival baseball experts view the trading of Warneke as a serious blow to the Cubs. Warneke they say, carried the load for the Cubs. Grimm, admitting that Warneke's loss may cost 15 games,-has great confidence in Larry French and Bill Lee. Can Others Do Job? French won 18, lost 9, and Lee won 18 and dropped 15 last year. Whether either can assume War- nefce's "load carrying" however, remains to be seen. Other pitchers are Charlie Hoot, Tex Carleton, Curt Davis, Clay Bryant and Clyde Shoun. '· . With Collins at first, the Cubs return with the rest,of their veteran infield--Billy Herman at second, Bill Jurgess at short and Stanley Hack at third. "I'll stack that infield against any of them," said Grimm. The Cub outfield may be a sensation or a sensational flop. Demaree in Good Trim. Frank Demaree batted .350 last year and while he was hurt about the head this winter and reached training camp late^ he appears in good trim. Augie Galan, a .314 hitter in 1935 and a disappointment at .264 last season, may return to power. Joe, Marty, who banged the ball for .359 with San Francisco last year, appears set to hold a regular job. Cavarretta and George (Tuck) Stainback round out the reserve corps. , . ' ' . . - . ' Gabby Hartnett and James Kenneth O'Dea will share catching chores,: with a couple of rookies, Bob Garbark from Toledo'and Hal Sueme from Birmingham seeking the extra relief role. Caddies Get Uncle Sam's Links Rules Must Scrub Behind Ears to Carry Bags for Chicago Public Fee Courses. CHICAGO,' (fl 5 )--Scrub behind your ears, youngsters, arid don't show up at the tee with rips in your pants--Uncle Sam turned caddie master Wednesday. The 200 or more boys who will carry golf bags at Chicago Public Fee courses this summer got all the "do's and don'ts" on correct caddying form "in a 48-page illustrated pamphlet produced by the works progress administration and the Chicago park district. The guide for ambjtious bag- toteis and ball-retrievers, emphasizing that g o o d , caddies- "are made, not born," warns boys: to "appear always with clean faces, scrubbed hands and fingernails, brushed hair, neat .dress.and, no rips in shirts or pants." Politeness Is Help. ''Politeness helps," the guide says. "The caddie should always address his player as Mister So- and-So." " . · There'll be no more of those practice swings while the "mister" is convincing his scorecard ·that it was a six he had on No. 3 instead of a seven; "Never practice with your player's club and never lean on the clubs while resting." And whispered asides to a pa! on a player's form, or lack of it definitely are on the' caddie's blacklist: "Be courteous to everyone and take an interest in your player's game." . The booklet instructs boys how to walk on to a fairway; what to do as the player proceeds from hole to rough to sand trap and eventually to the green. What, to Do. It also tells what to do when the player encounters trouble on the trip. The book's preamble looks like a good tip to players as well as caddies, pointing out that "golf is just a game and everybody ought to be happy about it." Missing from the caddie's deca- log is the · well-known "keep your eye on the ball" warning. Uncle Sam probably assumes the youngsters will be reminded of that point next summer -- frequently and with emphasis. New York Yanks Win . Over Brooklyn Team ST. PETERSBURG, Fla.. ; (UP)-The New York Yankees, aided by Pitcher George Jeffcoat's wildness scored a 9 to 6 victory over the Brooklyn Dodgers Tuesday. After losing a three-run lead the Yankees .came from behinc and tied the 'score in the fourth Jeffcoat replaced Fred Frankhouse for the Dodgers in the fifth and in the following three innings issued seven' walks which tht Yankees combined with five hits to score four runs. Boston Red Sox Win in Cincinnati Game SARASOTA, Fla., (UP)-- Although outhit, the Boston Hed Sox Tuesday won their home opening exhibition game by beating the Cincinnati Reds, 7. to 4. The Reds collected 13 hits of three Boston pitchers but pool base-running by the Reds anc snappy fielding by the Red 'Sox kept Cincinnati from scoring. The Reds · gave their pitchers poor support,; committing five errors. Methodist Thinclads. Use Plenty Veterans nSTOIANOLA, (IP)--The Simpson college track squad will open the 1937 season at Des Moines ii a dual meet with the Drake uni versity freshmen. Coach Frank Casey has a large group of veterans, but will mis: Richardson, middle distance run ncr, and Fansher, a sprinter. THE SCHEDULE. M.rch 24--Slmpion at Drake (lr«ih- men). April 17--5U(e Teicher Ro[aj« it Ce dar F»lls. .. . April 13-14--Drake Relays at Ut Molnei, , April 30--Slmpum at Parsonj. May 7--Central at Simpson. May 14--Qaintancnlar mee t at simp- ion. ' , · ' . ' .' . May 2I-52--loivn conference mttt Hi Elmpson. May IS--JScJaH tollcre Invitational (lentitiro). WANTS TO PLAY NEW ORLEANS, (yp)--Catcher Billy Sullivan, last of the Cleveland Indians holdouts, has made a new offer to General Manager C..C. Slapnicka, declaring "I want to .play baseball in Cleveland this summer more than anything else.' Severs to Take Post at Iowa '"During Next Week, Gridders Rest IOWA CITY, (ff)--Ernie Nevers, newly appointed University .of Iowa backiield coach, will arrive iere next.Monday or Tuesday, it was announced Wednesday. .Head Coach Irl Tubbs left here Tuesday for Chicago, where he will.meet Nevers. It was also announced here that spring football practice will be moved out of doors when the drills are resumed next week following the spring vacation, and that a week of hard scrimmage will be held so that Tubbs and his assistants, may get a better line on the candidates. . Tubbs indicated, however, before leaving.Iowa City, that lie would continue to hold long drill sessions on fundamentals. 22 Teams to Tussle at DeMolay Tourney B O O N E , .'(ff) --, Twenty-two teams will compete in the fourteenth annual state DeMolay basketball . tournament opening here Thursday night. Four games, including Fairfield's contest with Bopne, 1936 champion, are on the first night program. Other games are Belle Plaine vs. Iowa City; Burlington vs. Des Moines and Cedar Falls vs Cedar Rapids. Nats Bunch Hits to Cash in Free Trips . .LAKELAND, Fla., (UP)-Three Detroit--pitchers walked .10 batsmen in four innings which combined with seven hits, gave the Washington Senators a 7 to 2 victory over /. the Tigers Tuesday Washington did not waste a hit and Cohen and Lanahan kept Detroit's, eight · safeties well scattered. A triple play by the Tiger infield in the seventh featured the game. Travis, who trippled with the bases loaded in the fifth, hi I a liner to Gehringer in the seventh Kuhel, Sington and Stone were on base. Gehringer tossed to Rogers on second and Rogers relayed to Grcenberg at first to complete the play. Melrose Banquet to Draw Iowa UTutori IOWA CITY, iff)--.A victory dinner honoring the state championship Melrose high school basketball team at Albia next Tuesday will be attended by a number of University 'of Iowa athletic department officials. Present plans call for Irl Tubbs head football coach, and his two assistants, Pat Boland and Ernie Nevers, Glen · Devine, assistan athletic director, and Basketbal Coach Rollie Williams, to ' attend the dinner. MASON CITY TO SEE HUGE CARD 66 Rounds of Boxing Listed for Thursday Night as Glovers End Meet. Probably : the biggest night of boxing Mason City has ever seen will be held at the armory Thursday night at 8 o'clock, when the semifinals and finals of the Golden Gloves amateur bouts Promoter W. H. Irving is holding for the American Legion will begin. There will be 22 three round fights, which means 66 rounds--or less--of boxing, a full fistic menu for any boxing fan. What will in all likelihood rank as the top. scrap will be the Carl "Jackie' A Meyers-K i d F e w i n s match for the light heavyweight title in the senior division finals. Both fighters made impressive appearances in their" climb to the top. . .Because Promoter Irving wishes to speed up the process of holding these bouts, awards will not be made until a later date. Lyle Tanner will referee all 22 matches. BENDER NEARS RECORD TOTAL Three Scores,Go Over 600's in City League Bowling Schedule Tuesday. Three Mason City b o w l e r s opened the throttle Tuesday night on the local hardwood, cracking jins right and left for big totals, ,wo of them close to the coveted 700 : mark. ·. · ..r . - , . . . ' . : ··. ,' , The shooting was topped by Walter Bender of the Old Timers, who rolled a 232-214-242--688 for a 229 average. L. A. "Al" Moe, recently a 300 bowler for the second time in as many seasons, whipped out a 248-203-217--668 for another high total, averaging 223, while another member of the Hugh Davey and Son squad, Ed Shannon, started late to rack up scores of-185-216203--604. The Daveys won two games from Decker's Plant, while the Old Timers took three from Tyler-Ryan. Hermanson -Dairy added a 366 pin. handicap to its 2,612 total for a 2,978, while Hugh Davey collected 2,351 actual sticks. The Dairy .defeated Standard's in two games. Big Flayers-- 1st 2nd sra XntaJ Wnll :.... 183 100 163 503 Robinson 10i 140 180 512 · rusch 138 188 MS Ml Sondergaard ... 209 .173 Ifrt CCS Johnson 180 ICO 181 5W Actual Pins .. 028 820 305 2B33 Handicap . . . . 26 21! 2G 78 TOTAL PINS . . O i l HO 931 2731 910 OLD TIMERS Players-- 1st 2nd 3rd Total Av Kolb 163 101 180 01» 17 Scnn 1151 178 188 517 17: Decker . . . . . . . . . 102 159 14« 403 IS Adams 17B ISO 174 032 17' Bender 232 214 242 C88 22! Actual Pinj .. 892 805 93S l~ils SOI Handicap . . . . 01 01 Ct 192 TOTAL PIN'S . . 9,»fi U33 1002' 2317 972 Players- DECKER'S PLANT 1st 2nd ard Tntal Av 17!) ias jcn s:a n« Hanson 17S 134 II!) 458 1.19 Uaddy 1^5 170 ICO 4QI Balduf no SOI 101 .Wi Ilif Kaufman iSfl 13S m .T09 Actual Pins . . 820 870 ttno 24!f) CI Handleao 1 0 0 , 100 loo 300 400 TOTAL PINS .. 929 030 900 27DD 030 HUGH DAVEY AND SON-. Players-- ]»t 2nd 3rd Total Av Moe 248 S03 217 GtiS S3: Bey 145 232 173 550 18: Davej- . . . . . . . . . . 132 218 17R 528 I7 Collins 1B4 137 ICO Ml If!' Shannon "185 216 20S- G04 20: Actual Pins Handicap 894 1028 931 2«M 13 - . 1 3 13 M TOTAL PINS .. 007 1039 044 2890 803 Players- Seel . . . . Stoddard . Ulley Odell . , : . . Enllck STODDAHD'S Ixt 2nd 3rd Tntal . . . . JjO 170 '1SS 438 1S1 ---- 1BJ 178 ill 107 !!! H:i HO 148 .",10 ·tra Actual Tins .. 817 8R-J Handicap -..'. Dl I1 718 SI-J7 91 273 TOTAL PINS .. 918 913 «09 2700 901 HEKJIA.VSOrV DAJBT Players -- , 1st 2nd 3rd Total Krnmbhole . .... 143 182 125 4.10 Bamber ......... I«9 Jflit 213 S47 Lezman ........ 107 18,1 1.19 Cunderoon ..... i«3 170 1S» Eastman ....... 184 177 2.13 410 Actual Pins . . 8 1 0 Handicap 122 817 122 910 122 TOTAt, PINS . . 0 6 8 9C9 1011 237g 03 SEND TRACK BIDS TARKIO, Mo.--Invitations ; for the annual four-state track anc field meet, sponsored by Tarkio college, have been mailed to 5C schools in Missouri, Nebraska Kansas and Jowa. The meet wil be held herp April 0 and 10. Stars Out of Prep Five to Help at Ames State Champions of 1936 to Send Six Boys Out' for Next Cyclone Team. AMES, (IP) -- The Iowa State basketball team didn't win a Big Six game last winter, but from the looks of the squad Coach Louis Menze will have out for spring drill next Monday there'll be-better times in 1938. The best freshman squad the Cyclones have had will drill with returning members of the varsity squad and several of the outstanding intramural players. ^ Six of the 18 freshmen were members of Ames' 1936 state high school championship team and two are from Webster City, third place team the same year. Robert Menze, son of the coach, Bill Bliss, Hilary Ryan, Wendell Allen, Don Beresford . and Alex Jeffery are the Ames boys who expect to carry on for Iowa State. Warren Maxon and William Ostlund are the Webster City boys oh the squad. Coach Menze will have approximately 40 men reporting three times a week. He will continue the drills for. five weeks. Capt. Jack Fleming, all-Big Six forward; Fred Poole and Burton Thomson will be lost by gradu- tion. . Sam Byrd Knows All About Golf Problems PINEHURST, N. C., (/P)--Samny Byrd, the baseball outfielder who turned down a $7,000 major 'eague contract to try his luck it golf, knew Wednesday some of :he worries confronting professional golf tournament players who would be happy to make half hat much a season. Byrd, former New York Yankee and Cincinnati Reds fly chaser, made his formal debut as a ;olf professional in the first ·ound of the north and south )pen here. He turned in a cred- table 75, but was eight shots tack of the leaders and ranked iround fiftieth in a field of 120. Bill Silent on Plan in Perry Tilt NEW .YORE, ' (/P)--While tennis fans and experts, some 16,000 of whom will pack Madison Square Garden to see him play Tred Perry, are debating just how 'iig Bill Tilden will, combat- the Inglishman, Bill himself is veil- ng in secrecy whatever campaign may have mapped out in advance. ' "I don't believe there's any- hing that can make an athlete ook more silly than to announce n advance just what he's plan- ling to do and then be unable :o do it," the lean, slope- shouldered Tilden explained. SOLONSCANBE BLOCK TO BOUT (Continued From Sport Page) senate, predicted last week the proposal would not pass but changed his stand later and assailed Foley. Solons Want Tickets. Foley, it was disclosed, had made public a letter from Maypole wherein the ranking member of the senate had requested the promoter to put aside "100 tickets for senators in plenty of time to exercise their option." Maypole said he requested the promoter to set aside the -tickets so that they could be purchased in sufficient time, should the members desire to witness the bout The fight, he said, wasn't worth more than $10 a seat. While designed to apply to the Chicago fight, the bill is general in its scope. Will Fix Prices. If passed by the house and signed by Gov. Henry Horner, H will fix $10 as the highest price at which tickets can ba sold for any fight or wrestling match in the state. The bill will require 102 of the 151 possible house votes for passage. The house is not expected to vote on the bill . until nexl week. It was believed that body would take favorable action. "I can't speak for the governor," Foley said, "but I don't believe he'll sign such a bill After all, he has instructed Joe Triner, chairman of the state boxing commission, to do all he couli to get the fight in Illinois several times." Pinsetters' Strike, at Cedar Rapids Is Ended in 5 Minutes CEDAR RAPIDS, W--It took only five minutes to settle Cedar Rapids' first sit down strike. Pin- setters in the Lincoln bowling alleys struck for pay of four cents a line instead of the three which had been paid them. John Scolajo manager of the alley, agreed within five minutes and the boys continued to "set 'em up." An idle speculation for today t how the old crusader for putv foods, Rex Tugwcll, stands on sulfur dioxide in canned molasses --Detroit Ncwn'. BASEBALL HAS HALVED GLORY Southern Football\ Elevens Are Scrimmaging Under Blazing Sunshine. By EDDIE BKIETZ NEW ORLEANS,: (IP)--Baseball is just around the W. K. corner, DUt down this way it must share newspaper space and pub and cigar store gossip with football . . . Loyola is scrimmaging under a blazing sun . . . Young Red Dawson, who learned his noaning under no less an expert han Bernie Bierman, admits his Dig Tulane squad is coming along ' p r e t t y good" . . . A n d Fred Digby tells you in the New Or- eans-. item there is no cause for alarm at Louisiana State even if Coach Bernie Moore must replace an entire varsity .team, including one ail-American player and several others who placed on the all- Southeastern . . . All of which should make interesting reading up at Knoxville where Maj. Bob Neylahd is all set to go to town with another of his famous Tennessee elevens.. HCJBBELL WANTS LOOK Compliment Bob Feller appreciated most was that Carl Hubbell can hardly wait to get a look at him . . . Jimmy Phelan, Wash- ngton U. coach, thinks the Big Ten may lift its ban on Hose Bowl Barnes . .' . If anybody except ais dad was the manager, Larry Gilbert, .Jr., would'be the regular second sacker for the New Or- eans Pelicans this season . . . Rip Collins, who used to be a star with the Cardinal fun makers, is organizing a-troupe of entertainers on the Cubs with Gabby Hartnett as chief stooge . . . Hal /{oach of the movies has wired or 150 seats to the Braddock- Louis Chicago fite. IVHY "BOTTLE BILL?" Ever since he was pegged by a ?op bottle last season, Bill Sumners, American league umpire, ias answered to the name of "Bot- le Bill" . . . Fred Perry will say )ro tennis is all right . . . he has ranked $72,000 in. a little more han two months . . . Mike Gibsons is in New York trying to team up a light heavyweight itle scrap between his boy, Jack, ,nd John Henry Lewis . . . Noth- ng but the best is here, but a guy misses those Florida slot ma- hines, at that . . . Steve O'Neill ays i£ he were sure Frankie Pyt- ak could catch 100 games this 'ear .he .wouldn't trade the little ellow for any other catcher in the American league e x c e p t Bill Dickey of the Yanks. "OE'S NO SUCKER Joe DiMaggio promises he'll not ie a -sucker for high inside balls his season .'. . Jimmy Dykes had o bawl out his White Sox for not lustllng in training . . . Mark Helinger, the columnist, has bet Jimmy Johnston,'Madison Square gar- len maestro, $100 to $10 Lou Am- jers .will hot stop Pedro Mantanez . . Connie Mack predicts a return of the less lively ball with a revival' o£ base stealing, smarter hit- ing arid more inside baseball . . . That Florida sheriff will tell you almost' two years of ring idleness nasn't slowed up Jimmy Braddock's footwork . . -Marion Turpie Lake, New York go]£ star, whose Sad is- a pro here, is burning up the local .courses. Two Clubs to Farm Out Waterloo Boys WATERLOO, (fP)~Bisbee, Ariz., of the Arizona-Texas league, a class ID organization, and Muskogee, Okla., of the Western association, class C, have become farm clubs for the Waterloo Western league team, it was announced Wednesday by Frank Lane, assistant general manager of the Cincinnati National league team. Cincinnati operates the Waterloo franchise. Lane, who is in Waterloo assisting in establishing an office, 'said that Cincinnati now had a chain of eight teams with the possibility that still another would be added. Great Array of Top Stars at Swim Test MINNEAPOLIS, (fP) --One of the nation's greatest arrays of tanks stars will churn.the waters of the University b£ Minnesota pool Friday and Saturday for honors in the fourteenth annual national intercollegiate swimming championships. Twenty-four colleges and universities have more than 10 entrants in the competition, with the University of Michigan in the title defending role.. Tigers Beat Iowa in Second Road Contest BATON ROUGE, La., (^)--The University of fowa .baseball team, beaten' twice by Louisiana State, played the first of a two-game series with Louisiana Tech a1 Boston Wednesday. · L. S. IT; pounded two Iowa pitchers for 14 hits to take a 6 to 4 victory over trie Hawkeyes Tuesday. The Tigers clouted Capt. Lowell Gosser for 12 hits and all of their runs in less than seven innings. SOX MEET BUCS PASADENA, ffl -- The White Sox tackled the Pirates in their first major league" v. exhibition Thursday with Thornton Lee, Italo Chclini, and John Rigney dividing tlij mound duties. MOVIE PARADE BY D. B. K. STORY OF COMMERCE IN ENGLAND TOLD IN FILM History is employed as the background of a human romance in "Lloyd's of London," which plays- through Thursday at the Cecil. Tyrone Power and Madeleine Carroll are superb in their roles as the lovers. The famous Lloyd's Insurance company of London and its dealings with the English merchant marine in the forepart of the nineteenth century, form the basic foundation of the story, but throughout it moves the enthralling story of two who loved, not wisely, but too well. Tyrone Power, rapidly vising to he front as one of Hollyxvood's most capable young actors, gives his best performance in "Lloyd's of London," while Madeleine Carroll" was never more beautiful as ihe appears in this picture. The pair enact a thrilling ro- nance--a romance that changed the destiny of an empire--in the midst of a world shaken by tremendous events in an era that saw :he rise and fall of Napoleon and the beginning of Britain's greatest days. Freddie Bartholomew has the role of Power as a boy, and other prominent supporting roles are enacted by the late Sir Guy Standing, C. Aubrey Smith, Virginia Field and George Sanders. Entertainment: Fine. S t o r y : Fine. a * * Bigheartedly, Ted Peckhatn,. 22 year old "Gigolo King" who values his arm at $1,000 an escort, donated an evening to Helen Burgess and staked her to supper and pink lemonade. . . , The downy-chinned freshwater college boy (from Ohio's Western Reserve university) compromised on Burgess alter Mae West showed no interest in his invitation. . . . Clad in the sophomore class idea of sophisticated attire---lofty topper, blue evening clothes and a cape---Peckham paraded. Miss Burgess to the premier of "Lost Horizon," and afterward to a supper club. . . . the actress didn't quarrel over the check. . . . Peckhatn bought his schoolboy,complexion here from New York, where he originated the escort service idea, to help do a movie plot called "Gentlemen for Hire." '. . . He has spent most of his time since then in the Paramount publicity department seeing his name gets in the papers. . . . Probably his sortie with Burgess is charged off to publicity. Lionel Slander,- raucous, bush- headed comedian, is newest film cauliflower fancier, with New York's George MascIIi, twice Golden G i o v e s heavyweight 'champion, his protege. . . . Stander imported the bruiser two days ago and staked him to a six months' invasion of California fight clubs with expenses guaranteed. If Maselli shows eniugh steam an option will give the funnyman a piece of his contract. . . . Maselli's Hollywood tieup came about through Matt Fuller, his manager, who hails from Mount Vernon,. N. Y., Stander's home town, and is an old friend of the actor. . . . Stander says Maselli massacred the heavyweight division in New York tournaments, then won two inter-city clashes over battlers from Chicago. . . . Maselli is 22, measures 6 feet 2 and fights at 205 pounds. He claims 11 knockouts since his professional debut. . . . Columbia's "Nero Wolfe" has switched from beer to hot chocolate because of Will Hays' dainty displeasure with too many drinking scenes. . . . -Edward Arnold swilled brew from start to finish of the first o£ the series, called "Meet Nero. Wolfe," but Walter Connolly, who takes the character for a second whirl, has to content himself with guzzling highly moral cocoa. * * * "Under Cover of Night," featur- ng Edmund Lowe, Florence Rico, Sara Haden, Henry Danicll and Nat Pendlcton, opened at the Palace Wednesday. Supporting this mystery movie is "Racing Lady," a turf tale featuring Ann Dvorak, Smith Ballew and Harry Carey. Wheelerwood Couple's Anniversary Observed WHEELERWOOD, -- Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Pforr celebrated their silver wedding anniversary. A arge crowd of relatives and riends gathered at the school louse Saturday night to help them celebrate. A program and mock wedding were features of 'he evening. Guests from a dis- :ance included Mr. and Mrs. Aug- ist Hartwig and family from Thornton, Mr.- and Mrs. Henry .Vellner and Phyllis from Chapin, VIr. and Mrs. John Trainer and 'amily, Nora Springs, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tuche and Vern, St. Ansgar, Mrs: Howard Kisner and VIr. and Mrs. Bernard Kisner of rianlontown, Mrs. Dean Rossiter, Manly,' and -Mr. and Mrs. Ross Radcliffe of ^Mason City: EASTER DANCE HANFORD HOTEL Monday, March 29 JIMMY FLEMING ORCHESTRA Coronation of Kins and Queen. Hie Floor Show at 9 O'clock. Yes, it's an Informal dance and everybody is invited. 50c per person. Sponsored by St. Kathcrlne Guild. WED. - THURS. v MAE WEST --in-"Go West Young Man" · --with-RANDOLPH SCOTT WARREN WILLIAM ALICE BRADY Kids lOc Students 16c Adults .ZSa MOVIE MENU CECIL--"Lloyd's of London" through Thursday. PALACE--"Under Cover of Night" ' and "Racing Lady" through Thursday. · · STRAND -- "Banjo on My Knee" and "Along Came Love" through Thursday. STATE -- "Four Days Wonder" and "Brewster's Millions" through Thursday. L A K E . -- (Clear Lake) -"God's Country and the Woman" through Thursday. Scientists are now trying to de- ermine how long a fish continues :o grow. A great deal must depend upon who is telling the story.--Wichita Eagle. OLD TIME DANCE EARL HUNT ORCHESTRA °r FRIDAY AL MENKE SATURDAY SOc ioe EASTER SUNDAY PAUL lilOORIIEAD AND HIS MUSIC. THE TRUMPET PRINCE OF RIIYTHJt . . . Me and fiOo WILL OSBORNE TUESDAY. MAI!, so (Couples O n l y ) $1.75 r-EIi. COUPLE--TAX INCLUDE!) Elks' Charity BALL Ellis Auditorium CHARLES CITY Easter Monday MARCH 29 · MUSIC BY COURT HUSSEY Adm. $1.00 a Couple TODAY--THURSDAY EDMUND LOWE in "UNDER COVER OF NIGHT" Another Beautiful Piece of the Roses of Sharon Hot Oven Dinnerware Service ANN DVORAK in "RACING LADY" j STARTS SATURDAY I "DANIEL BOONE" I "Time Out for Romance" Maybe . the European father is lucky. Instead of walking- the baby around in the middle of the night, he can just attach its gas mask.---Boston Transcript. CANNEFFDIES AT ROCKWELL Lived in Community All of Life; 2 Sisters Survivors. ROCKWELL--G. W. Canheff, 69, lifelong resident of Rockwell, died at 10 o'clock Tuesday night. He'had been in poor health for some time. Mr. Gannett, who was born April 22, 1B67, lived on an acreage across from the Rockwell creamery with his sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Helm. Another sister, Mrs. Mary Kuppinger, also resides in Rockwell. He was a member of the Odd Fellows lodge, Former Lake Mills Resident Succumbs . to Pneumonia Attack"'' LAKE MILLS -- Word was received here Tuesday of (he sudden death of Ruth Hanson Gustavson, 32, of Hopkins, Minn. Death was due to pneumonia. She was married three-"years ago to a teacher at Hopkins. Previous to this she had been teaching, following her graduation from Ausaberg college of Minneapolis. She was graduated from the local high school in the class of 1922. Her father, the Rev. John Hanson, was the Zoar Free Lutheran church pastor here, Fertile and Thompson for many years and the family resided at Lake Mills. Her first visit here, since graduation was last summer when she attended a reunion of her class at [he fortieth' anniversary celebration of the school. Iowa Optometrists Pick 1938-Officers DES MOINES, (iPl--Iowa Op- tometric association members ended their convention here with the election of the following officers for 1D3B: Dr. H. O. Hansen, Davenport, president; Dr. F. L. Hoefle, Orange City, re-elected secretary. Association president for 1937 is Dr. Norman M. Kunath, Eldora. WEDNESDAY COUNTRY STORE NITE · BARBARA STANWYCK ;,_.-. ..JOEL. McCREA in . if Banjo On My Knee" CO-FEATURE "ALONG CAME LOVE" --with-Irene Hervey - Doris Kcnyon Charles Stari-ctt PICTURES CONTINUE THRU THURSDAY . North Iowa's Best Theatre 1VOW SHOWING Ends Thursday Our Easter Attraction STARTS SATURDAY "THE GREEN LTftHT" COMING SOON "Malfl of Salem" "The King and the Chorus Girl" "Personal Properly" WEDNESDAY 9 Combined s $ CASH NITE $ $ and s $ SCREENO | FIRST S ^.itioi \Ve Brincr You a New Star -- JEANNE DANTE' JACK BUCHANAN "BREWSTER'S MTLtTONS" wllh Lili Damlta omlnt Sunday: ".IrV SfAV GODFREY" "FLT.1TIVF. IN TnK SKY" ·*-fr f t-^ff"- r y**r* n -

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